Are there simple AND practical ways to eliminate candidates that don't possess the behavioral and cognitive characteristics that are required for success in your position PRIOR to investing significant time and resources in the interview process?
What are the specific cognitive and behavioral characteristics that a person needs in order to succeed in a specific position and why?
What is the best way to onboard and manage your new hire based on his/her particular personality and thinking style?
Do you have employees that are not performing up to par? What about employees who were excellent performers in the past but are not anymore? Would you like to find out why and determine whether or not the excellent performance can be restored?
Today’s complex, rapidly changing world requires hiring and retaining the right people in the positions for which they are well-suited. What does it cost when an employee is simply not good at what he/she is doing? What does it cost you when people simply don’t enjoy coming to work anymore? The “ripple effect” in an organization of one person that is not matched for his or her role could be hundreds of thousands and OR even millions of dollars when all of the “true costs” to the organization are objectively considered. How much is this currently costing your organization?
The interview process most companies utilize has proven ineffective in consistently avoiding poor hiring decisions. The good news is that simple and effective processes and tools have evolved that can have a tremendously positive impact on your organization. In addition, many organizations have current employees who used to be excellent performers but have become less effective (and less motivated) as their job duties have evolved. Despite sincere efforts by both parties, they continue to struggle and it does not appear that things will improve much. What if this can be fixed due to simple and practical changes you can make?
JumpVine can help you address and solve the above challenges with a straightforward, objective process that includes:
Simple, repeatable methodology to determine the critical factors to success in any given role.
Accurate and easy to understand measurement of how well a person fits these critical factors. This can be applied prior to interviewing candidates as well as with current employees.
Objective information to help determine what steps to take to help a current employee succeed in the role as well as understanding the behaviors that are not likely to improve through your efforts.
Specific, practical information that can be easily applied throughout the entire career of your employees as things change over time.
If any of this information could be helpful to you, give JumpVine a call today to discuss.